Presentation on theme: "How well do YOU know the Note Family?"— Presentation transcript:
1How well do YOU know the Note Family? InstructionsToBeginActivityGrade Level: 3rd General MusicDuration: min.By: Ms. Joellen Fletcher
2You are the Star!InstructionsThis Activity will take you on an interactive journey to meet the Note Family.You will meet many members of the Note Family on this adventure!Try to remember the Note people’s names so that if you meet them again you recognize who they are You would want them to remember your name wouldn’t you?Click to Begin!
3Mr. Whole NoteWillie Whole Note is the Largest member of the Note Family.He takes 4 whole counts to say Hello!Willie’s name begins with W, just like Whole note Next!
4Mrs. Half Note Helen Half Note takes 2 counts to say Hello! She is Half the size of Mr. Whole Note!Helen’s name begins with H, just like Half note Next!
5Quarter Note Boy Quincy Quarter Note takes 1 count to say Hello! He is a Quarter of the size of Mr. Whole Note!Quincy’s name begins with Q, just like Quarter note Next!
6Eighth Note Girl Ellie Eighth Note takes ½ of a count to say Hello! She is an Eighth of the size of Mr. Whole Note!Ellie’s name begins with E, just like Eighth note Next!
7Quarter Note Boy 5 counts a. 1 count b. 2 counts c. How many counts does it take Quincy Quarter Note to say Hello?5 countsa.1 countb.2 countsc.
17More Questions a. b. c. Which member of the Note Family is the Largest?Willie Whole Notea.b.Ellie Eighth Notec.Helen Half Note
18Incorrect… Your answer was incorrect. Try thinking about the SIZE of each of the members of the Note Family.Back to Question
19Correct! You may now tell everyone that the Note Family are good friends of yours!!!! HomeCredits!
20Credits!!!! A Special Thanks To: Land of Music® “Exercises using whole notes/half notes/quarter notes/eighth notes”- Bob WolfmanWolfman’s School of Music “Music Theory 101 – Clefs, Notes, and the Staff” Espie EstrellaMusicabout.comTechnology Standards
21Ohio Technology Standards Grades K-2 *Standard 1: Nature of Technology *Standard 2: Technology and Society Interaction *Standard 3: Technology for Productivity Applications *Standard 4: Technology and Communication Applications *Standard 5: Technology and Information Literacy *Standard 6: Design *Standard 7: Designed World Ohio Technology Standards by GradebandMusic Education Standards
22Ohio Academic Standards for Music Education Grades K-4 *Creative Expression and Communication: Students sing, play instruments, improvise, compose, read and notate music ~Benchmark A: Sing and/or play instruments, alone and with others, demonstrating a variety of repertoire, using proper technique, accurate rhythm and pitch and appropriate expressive qualities. ~Benchmark B: Read, write, improvise and compose melodies and accompaniments.*Connections, Relationships and Applications: Students identify similarities and differences between music and other arts disciplines. Students recognize the relationship between concepts and skills learned through music with knowledge learned in other curricular subjects, life experiences and potential careers in and outside the arts. Students develop a desire for lifelong learning in music. ~Benchmark A: Explain ways that music interrelates with other arts disciplines and with various disciplines outside the arts. Music Education StandardsHome